Nano Fees

Deposit, Trading & Withdrawal fees

Nano Exchange Fees

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Dep. Deposit fees Trade Trading fees Withdrawal Withdrawal fees
- 0.1% 0.01 NANO Sign up
- 0.2% 0.5 NANO Sign up
- 0.1% 0.01 NANO Sign up
- 0.1% / 0.15% 0.2 NANO Sign up
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What is Nano?

Digital currency for the real world – the fast and free way to pay for everything in life. WIth instant transactions, zero fees*, and scalable network *There is required POW work to do, when you want to send transaction through network (there is 0 fee in terms of absolute value, but you need to "pay" in your computational power)

Cryptocurrency Payments Scalable Delegated Proof Of Stake Direct Acyclic Graph

Launch date 2015-10-05
Development status Working product
Whitepaper n/a
Org. Structure Semi-centralized
Open source Yes
HD Wallet Yes
Consensus type Delegated Proof of Stake
Hash algorithm DPoS

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Coin categories

Cryptocurrency
Digital asset designed to work as a medium of exchange that uses cryptography to secure financial transactions, control the creation of additional units, and verify the transfer of assets.
Payments
Payment systems, micro-transactions and transfers.
Scalable
Solutions that attempts to solve the scalability problem.
Delegated Proof Of Stake
Stakeholders who own any amount of tokens in their wallet are capable of voting to elect block producers who are chosen based on which block producers have the most votes at the end of each voting round.
Direct Acyclic Graph
Directed acyclic graph (DAG) is a graph that is directed and without cycles connecting the other edges.

Team members

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Colin LeMahieu Creator & Lead Developer
Russel Waters Developer
Roy Keene Lead Developer
Mica Busch Developer
Devin Alexander Torres Developer
Austin Ramsdale Community Management and Support
Troy Retzer Community & Public Relations
George Coxon Operations & Partnerships
Josh Kleiman Legal Advisor
Brian Pugh Developer
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